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The Collected PoemsR stopped writing poetry His verse is often playful filled with affection and satire and is peppered with witty barbs at friends and people in his social circle of aristocrats writers musicians and courtesans            Few of the poems collected here under the editorship of Harold Aug. This volume begins with a full throated paean to pederasty entitled Pederastie Thereafter we get lots of first world rhapsodies and odes to important artists like Paulus Potter Christoph Gluck and one poem being insufficient we get two about Albert Cuyp Okay so its dated and self absorbed but the poetry itself my friends is absolute shit In French and English

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For the centennial of Swann's Way the most complete volume of Proust's poetry ever assembled in a gorgeous deluxe edition As a young man Proust wrote both poetry and prose Even after he embarked on The Collected ePUB #10003 his masterful In Search of Lost Time at the age of thirty eight he neve. If this is considered a good preview of Proust as a writer I must say I'm not a fan I felt like I was on a bad date where someone pulls out their journal and asks would you like to hear my poetry No sir I would not Some pretty moments but nothing worthy of the hype

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